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Heisenberg-Fellows in Physics and MathematicsInvestigating dust

  • von Dr. Alexandra Nießen
  • 20.10.2020

Why is old dirt being researched? Is there nothing more important? Dr. Eric Parteli researches how it influences the weather and the water cycle in our country. The physicist was accepted into the Heisenberg Programme of the German Research Foundation (DFG).


New technology fixes smart contracts Researchers make hacker’s job harder

  • von Birgit Kremer
  • 16.10.2020

Again and again hackers try to exploit programming errors in the code, for example to steal crypto currency. paluno has developed and evaluated a technique that enables published smart contracts to be improved instantly.


2.3 Million € for Project by UDE and EvonikBetter Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 15.10.2020

It has long been clear that the new anode material makes lithium-ion batteries significantly more powerful, and now UDE's scientists are collaborating with Evonik to make them ready for the market. The BMWi is funding the project with €2.3 million.


4 Million € for European Training NetworkImplementing Optical Chips

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 14.10.2020

TERAOPTICS is the first European Training Network coordinated by the UDE – with the European Space Agency ESA being one of the collaborators: The goal is to develop semiconductor chips that work with light instead of electrons.

Andrzejewski et al., Advanced Optical Materials 2020, 2000694, Wiley-VCH

Scalable Growth ProcessFlexible Light Emitting Elements in 2D

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 14.10.2020

The components are several square centimeters in size, but their essential layer is only three atomic layers thick. UDE's scientists have developed a process that allows flexible, long-term stable lighting elements in 2D to be produced on an industrial scale.


Industrial Relevance ProvenCatalyst Material from the Laser Lab

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 02.10.2020

They work in secret, but without catalysts almost nothing works in our civilization. Scientists from the UDE have now proven that they can be produced cost-effectively and even with better results by laser.


Development of a Diagnostic Tool for Water BodiesThe River Doctor

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 07.09.2020

Great diving beetles, larvae of stoneflies and limpets: The water quality of a river or stream can be determined from its inhabitants. But what to do if only undemanding species are left? An online tool developed by UDE biologists now provides help.


3D Laser Printing in Color Seasoning with Nanosilver

  • von Birte Vierjahn
  • 31.08.2020

Too big, too expensive, and only black or white: Until now, you had to swallow at least one bitter pill if you wanted to use the superior laser technology for 3D printing at home. A team from UDE has successfully worked on all aspects.


Researching neutrophilsIntestinal microflora and stroke

  • von Ulrike Bohnsack
  • 24.08.2020

In a stroke, the intestines play a role. Neuroscientist Dr. Vikramjeet Singh is investigating how an unbalanced intestinal flora activates special defense cells. This has negative consequences for the brain. The German Research Foundation is funding his study für 3 years.

Christian K. Feld

Publication on water pollution1 + 1 = 3

  • von Dr. Alexandra Nießen
  • 16.06.2020

What happens when climate change and industrial agriculture interact? What is caused by water scarcity and pesticide residues in water bodies? UDE-Biologists spent 4 years researching questions like these with an international team in the MARS project.